I live in the hills of Appalachia. We have tons of superstitions that have been passed down from generation to generation. I'll tell you a few. 1. In the fall, make sure you get a buckeye and keep it in your pocket or purse until the next year when you can get another. This will bring you luck with money. My grandfather always did this and would get one for all of the grandchildren and his children to carry too. 2. If you have a goose pimples or shiver for no reason, someone is walking over the patch of ground in which you will be buried. 3. Never go in one door and out another, you will create bad luck. 4. Never sweep dirt out of your door after you sweep any of your floors. Make sure you pick it up and put it in the trash or you will sweep luck out of your house. 5. If you walk around with one shoe on and one shoe off, you will have bad luck. 6. Never make a "Lone Star" quilt because if you do, someone in the family will die. 7. Never light three cigarettes with one match, it's bad luck. 8. The number of rain drops or snow flakes on your wedding day is the number of tears you will cry during the marriage. 9. If your nose itches, it means someone is coming to see you. If it's the left side it's a man, if it's the right side it's a woman, because a woman is always right. 10. If your left hand itches, expect money. If your right hand itches, you'll soon shake hands with a stranger. Ok-that's a few--does anyone have any others?